Dr. Alyson Nerenberg is a nationally known licensed psychologist who combines 25 years of clinical expertise and training with a warm heart. She is a positive person who loves to help others tap into their own courage and wisdom. Dr. Nerenberg’s new book No Perfect Love: Shattering the Illusion of Flawless Relationships can be purchased here via Dr. Alyson Nerenberg Psychology Associates, PC
Who I Am – Psychologist, Wife, Mother, Therapist, Educator, Supervisor, Public Speaker and Media Personality
What I Value – Being authentic, real and kind • Showing compassion while being direct and honest • Holding myself and others accountable
My Mission – Helping others lessen the shame, blame and guilt they suffer from in order to live their best lives with honesty, accountability and love
I was trained in a variety of therapy modalities which include family systems, gestalt, cognitive behavioral and psychodynamic. I earned my doctorate in clinical psychology from Widener University in Chester, PA in 1997. After completing my doctorate, I received advanced training from Masters and Johnson’s Program as well as Dr. Patrick Carnes. Additionally, I spent five years as the clinical director of the Keystone Center Extended Care Unit, a nationally known residential treatment program for healing from sexually compulsive behaviors and trauma. For 5 years I was a board member of IITAP- The International Institute of Trauma and Addictions Professionals, where I headed the supervision committee. I have supervised hundreds of therapists and lectured nationally on various topics including healing from trauma, addictions, post-traumatic stress and co-dependency. I have trained therapists at various addictions facilities including: The Betty Ford Clinic, The Caron Foundation and Delamo Hospital in Torrance, California. I have also been featured on television networks which include MSNBC News, ABC, CBS, Fox, A & E, CN8, as well as many newspaper and talk shows. Additionally, I spent 4 years leading an Emotional Eating Program at the Women’s Center of Chestnut Hill Hospital in Philadelphia, where I educated patients about developing a healthy relationship with food and their body images. I have also been an adjunct faculty member at Widener University’s Clinical Psychology Doctorate Program and have lectured at: Chestnut Hill College, Villanova University and the Philadelphia college of Textiles and Science. Alyson’s co-host on the show and in life
Jeff Nerenberg is the founding partner of Nerenberg Law Associates, P.C. and has been a successful Plaintiff’s personal injury attorney for more than 22 years. Jeff started his law firm in 1999 and mainly focuses his practice on Pennsylvania with an emphasis on cases in the surrounding counties. He is a graduate of Penn State University and the Widener University School of Law.